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manshah007
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Re: game recipes?

Postby manshah007 » Mon Jan 20, 2014 8:44 am

MUTTON NEHARI, the indian winter stew relished in most parts of north India,eaten at breakfast with parantha,nan or kulcha. The harsh winter in north require high calorie diet to keep one self warm. Usually cooked overnight, the simmering nehari makes a hearty breakfast, though nehari can be eaten at lunch or dinner too. This fiery gravy is made with extra red chillies and lots of spices, most people in north prefer it that way, i personally prefer milder version.
RECIPE :: MUTTON NEHARI
INGREDIENTS :
1) Mutton shank (adla the lower portion of Mutton leg or shoulder) 1kg.
2) garam masala 50gms consisting of following spices.
a)clove 5gms (lavang)
b)cinnamon 10 gms (dalchini)
c) cardamom black 10 gms (badi iliachi)
d) cardamom green 5 gms (hari illiachi)
e) mace & nutmeg 5gms(javantri & jaiphal)
f)dry ginger 10 gms(saunt)
g) fennel seeds 10 gms (saunf)
h) black pepper 10 gms (kalamirch)
i) cumin seeds 10gms (safeed jeera)
3) ginger garilc paste 50 gms.
4) onions finely sliced 100gms.
5) roasted chicpea flour 50 gms (bhune hue chane la atta)
6)wheat flour 75 gms .
8)yellow chilly /red chilly powder 50gms (pili mirch powder)
9) salt to taste.
10) yogurt 100 gms (dahi)
11)oil/ghee 200 gms
For garnish:: jullians of ginger, sliced green chillies
METHOD ::::
1)grind all the garam masala in a coffee grinder.
2) heat oil in a THICK BOTTOM POT & fry sliced onions till light golden, remove fried onions on an obsorbing paper allow to become crisp.
2) in the same oil put washed Mutton shank peices fry for two minutes.
3)add ginger/garlic paste, yellow chilli powder, 50 gms of powder garam masala and yogurt keep frying till oil separates, add salt and about six cups of water, when the stew starts boiling reduce the flame to minimum, cover and allow to simmer till the meat is tender about an hour, if the water dries up add HOT WATER.
4) add crushed fried onions (do not grind or else it makes the gravy bitter)
5) when the oil starts floating, make a thin paste of wheat flour & chicpea flour in water making sure there are no lumps, add this mixture to the simmering stew,cook for 10 minutes.
6) stirring very lightly as at this stage meat is very tender and may disintegrate on violent stirring. Shut off the flame and allow the spices to mellow down.
7) serve with garnish of ginger julian & sliced green chillies ,with parantha, kulcha or nan.
TIP:::where yellow chilly powder is not available red chilly powder can be used.:::::
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Re: game recipes?

Postby brihacharan » Mon Jan 20, 2014 10:41 am

Hi Guys,
> What a load of "Mouth Watering & Appetizing" recipies :D
> Keep them coming guys....
> Our in-house "Master Chef" fellow IFGian "Slingshot" will accord a 5* Rating..... :lol:
Briha



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Re: game recipes?

Postby nevil » Thu Mar 06, 2014 4:31 pm

i tried the mutton nehari it is really delicious only thing be very careful while stirring in the final stage like the gentleman has cautioned going to try the haleem over the weekend
happy cooking :)



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Re: game recipes?

Postby Vikram » Thu Mar 06, 2014 5:58 pm

Manshah007, that is a great recipe and also the photo looks mouthwatering. I can almost smell the aroma!


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Re: game recipes?

Postby caracass77 » Fri Mar 06, 2015 1:17 pm

I posted my recipe (boar) months ago! Mayhap, I posted a vivid account? If so, many apologies, dear moderators. :(



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Re: game recipes?

Postby dragonfly » Wed Jun 24, 2015 1:40 pm

Hello Greetings Everyone!
It's been a while...
Shooter,Abhi,Manshah..where is everybody!?All the fine cooks in the house.

This is one interesting thread and for the love of food this thread must keep going.

Here is a recent recipe :

Ribs of young lamb or goat, cooked in milk and spices then fried in ghee (clarified butter). The key is to have them fork tender with the boiling and crispy and juicy with the frying. It is an art form and here is my recipe.

Recipe :- Kabargah (Kashmiri Dish)
Ingredients

2 pounds Lamb ribs ( I used a rack of lamb but traditionally only ribs are used)
6 cups water
2 cups milk and 1 Cup water – mixed together
1 tsp garam masala ( Use Zafrani Garam Masala by Shan - it's the closest thing to my blend)
a pinch of asafoetida
Salt
1 star anise ( 1 tsp fennel powder - the traditional way)
For yogurt batter :
4 Tbs yogurt
1 tsp chilli powder
1/2 tsp garam masala
Ghee for frying ( begin with half a cup ghee)
Salt.
Instructions

Bring the 6 cups of water to boil and add in the ribs. Continue to boil until the brownish riffraff floats to the top.
Remove this riffraff with a spoon and throw it away. Continue until you don't see it floating to the top anymore.
Now drain the water and wash the meat under a spray of water.
Bring the milk and water mix to a boil.
Add in the meat , salt, asafoetida, the garam masala and the star anise or the fennel powder and cook on slow heat until the meat is fork tender.
The timing for this will depend on the quality of meat.
The better quality ribs will be done before the milk evaporates and for others you may need to cook almost until the milk evaporates and then some more.
Once the meat is tender, remove from the milk, and let drain on a wire rack.
Mix the yogurt with a little salt, chilli powder and garam masala. dip the boiled ribs in this mix. Keep on a wire rack for a few minutes.
Heat up some ghee in a pan and fry the ribs, a few at a time. Ensuring you don't overcrowd the pan.
When they are nice and golden crisp , you know they are ready.
Notes

If you are pressed for time, you may first pressure cook the ribs for a few minutes and then cook them in milk and spice.

If your butcher refuses to hand over just the ribs, go ahead and make this with chops.

Cheers and hope you guys like it!



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Re: game recipes?

Postby Shivaji.Dasgupta » Thu Oct 26, 2017 12:14 pm

Red Ant Chutney.

Today a friend of mine send me a pic of Red Ant larva and Eggs selling on local weekly market.
just remind me old days , While we boys use to prepare this chutney to eat with any sort of roasted meat and bread. locals prefer this due to its tangy and acidic taste.

Kurkut 3.jpg


Kurkut 2.jpg


Ingredients Require:--

Ant larva and Eggs ( it Also Contains a lot of half born Ants also) Qty depends on No of People. ( Its mostly available in Jharkhand, Orissa and CG Tribal area market or any Red ant Mound. just break open the Mound and you will find ant Larva and eggs in small chambers. may cost you some Bites :D :D :D )

Salt
Red/green Chilies ( 4/5 chilies for 100 gm Larva)
Ginger. 1/2 inch piece.
Tamarind (Seedless) Around 20gm/100 gm Larva.
Fresh Coriander ( If available) for topping.
Mix all above ingredients and grind to a smooth paste ( best in a mortar and pestle or else grinder) garnish with Green corinder.

(Some people use to fry this paste in oil with onion, garlic and tomato paste to make it more rich. Dry fish chutney can also be prepare in this method)

Its fiery, and tangy. enjoy with any sort of roasted meet, or dry snacks. :cheers:

Regards.

Added in 29 minutes 48 seconds:
Sorry forget to mention with all sort of meat and snacks one of the must ( Specifically for Summers) is .......... :cheers: :cheers:

No no its not beer... its Rice bear ( Haria/Hadia)

haria.jpg


:D :D :D :D
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Vikram
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Re: game recipes?

Postby Vikram » Fri Oct 27, 2017 12:14 am

Shivaji Dasgupta,

Thanks for the recipe. Gordon Ramsay made a video on it.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hz7L_DKNDBE


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Shivaji.Dasgupta
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Re: game recipes?

Postby Shivaji.Dasgupta » Fri Oct 27, 2017 9:17 am

ya vikram right you are. they are using the non venomous tree ants. other than that the process and everything is same. I never had a luck with tree ants. will give a try for Sure.

by the way its local name is Kurkut.

regards.




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